Plymouth Police were dispatched to the Serenity Place Apartments in the 1800 block of West Jefferson Street at 6:30 Sunday evening. The call was for a reported domestic disturbance.
Officers arriving on the scene found Julia Langley, 39, and Tabitha Uylacki-Back, 41, outside of their rooms arguing. Both parties stated that they were in a physical altercation.
Following an investigation, Officer Witkowski arrested Langley and Uylacki-Back for domestic battery. They were transported to the Marshall County Jail. Julia Langley was booked in for domestic battery with a previous conviction. She was held on a $1,500 cash bond. Tabitha Uylaki-back was booked in for battery with bodily injury and released just before 8 p.m. Monday after posting the cash bond.
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